1.1        Importance of Learning Quran:

 

Allah Almighty's word is the Holy Quran. Its structure and the meaning it conveys are unique and cannot be found in any other book on the planet. Aside from the depth of meaning contained in the Quran's verses, there is also its majestic language, which sets it apart from all other literature in the world, and Arabic in particular. The Noble Quran is the most sacred book in the world.

“This is the Book (the Quran), of which there is no doubt, instruction to those who are Al-Muttaqoon [the pious],” Allah Almighty said of the Quran. (2:2) (Quran)

Allah bestows various blessings and rewards on those who recite the Quran (SWT). Muslims would be rewarded handsomely for reciting the Quran and incorporating it into their daily lives. “Whoever recites ten Ayahs (verses) in Qiyaam will not be recorded as one of the forgetful,” Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said in a Hadith. Anyone who recites a hundred Ayahs (verses) in Qiyaam will be included among the faithful.

We should learn the Holy Quran for a variety of reasons, including our religious obligations. The Holy Quran is a source of guidance for everyone on the planet. Reading or memorizing the Quran will assist you in finding direction in your life, and Allah Almighty has promised that reading and comprehending the Quran will "take mankind from the depths of darkness to light" (Quran, 14:1)

1.2        How to make a child learn Quran:

Because the Quran is the heart and spirit of Islam, every Muslim family ensures that their children learn the Quran from a young age. This memorization journey is the most terrifying for his parents, not the child! The responsibility, the effort, and the willpower! Children can be readily moulded with love if you believe in yourself enough to believe that you can help your child.

To help your child learn the Quran while he is a toddler, introduce Quran for kids when he begins to explore the world around him. He will pick up Quran through what he hears, whether at home or the masjid, in the same manner, that youngsters learn to talk by listening first.

A young child does not fully realize why they must memorize the Quran every day. What is the significance of to? Why should they forego playtime to learn Quran? They will understand the objective of these sessions when you explain some of the benefits of memorizing the Holy Book. Teaching students the benefits of memorizing the Quran before the actual memorization. So make your child learn and love the Quran. Set the proper goals for them.

Set both long and short-term objectives. Sit down with your child and talk about how many Surahs you want to read in a month. Set goals that you can achieve! Consider your child's abilities. Keep in mind that disruptions such as sickness, travel, or exams may occur during the time you designate as your goal.

Setting an annual goal, possibly from one Ramadan to the next, is an example of a long-term objective. This will help them goal oriented and they will memorize Quran without even hesitating.